PRICING SLASHED ON OCEANFRONT STAY DUE TO UPCOMING CONSTRUCTION The Beachcomber condo is currently undergoing project assemblance in order to replace all balconies and update the exterior finish of the building. Presently there is no construction however, guests are asked not to access the balconies. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A GREAT DEAL.
ENJOY YOUR OCEAN GET AWAY
Views from every room! 1 Queen bed and one pull out couch that can altogether comfortably sleep up to 4 adults. Washer and Dryer in 1st Floor storage Room. East facing & situated on the 3rd floor of the private Beachcomber Condominiums, an elevation providing a continually refreshing ocean breeze, as well as privacy from pedestrian traffic along the beach.
Entrance is through the tiled kitchen, with counters and a coat closet near the door. The kitchen is equipped with cooking, dining, and silverware as well as common appliances, an electric range stove, and fridge. This opens into the newly carpeted living area with pull-out couch and cable TV & WiFi. Through a set of accordion doors, is the main bedroom, possessing an ocean view, queen sized bed, bathroom, and walk-in closet where additional bedding and pillows are stocked.
Guests access the condo via secure lockbox. We ask that the keys be stored in the lockbox as often as possible to reduce the risk of loss.
The balconies at the Beachcomber condo are currently undergoing project assemblance in order to replace all balconies and update the exterior finish of the building. Although construction is months away guests are asked not to access the balconies until completion of the project. This site will be updated in order to report the latest detail of the process as it is communicated from the Beachcomber association.
Beachcomber condominium residents are privileged to the private access of a regularly maintained, gated pool and sundeck. The ocean is easily accessed by a wide wooden deck that extends through the sand dune and is located at the north intersection of 4th St S and and 1st St S at the north end of the Beachcomber property line. A key for pool access is provided. A third key is for the laundry and storage room on premises.
Общение с гостями
I am a licensed real estate broker and property manager. I love the ocean and welcome my guests to a relaxing stay by the sea. I try very hard to have everything ready for your stay yet am on hand should you have any questions. During your stay I will be readily available in the area as well as via cellphone, email, or Airbnb messaging system.
Feel free to inquire about any suggestions regarding activities, restaurants etc. as the area is my home; I have raised a family in Jacksonville and lived here all my life. I love feedback and hearing about the places you visited and things you did that were enjoyable while you were my guest.
Другие важные подробности
Due to damage hurricane Irma did to the dunes and sea oats visitors are asked to stay off the dunes and access the beach via the Fourth St S walk over or the ocean park just south of the condo.
In case of inclement weather there are a multitude of options available to brighten your stay. From local movie theatres to museums and planetariums, indoor activities in the Jacksonville area prove to engage and amaze visitors.
The City of Jacksonville Beach Ocean Rescue Division and the American Red Cross Volunteer Life Saving Corps provide ocean safety to residents and visitors along our beach year round. Beach staffing is weather dependent. In case of severe weather, lifeguards will continue monitoring the beach via truck patrols. Beach wheelchairs for the disabled are available upon request at the main lifeguard station located at 2 Oceanfront North.
Most beach accesses employ a prominently displayed colored flag system to signify tide and weather conditions. The ocean is always unpredictable, and we urge guests to keep in mind that even on clear and calm days, hazards still exist. Below is an index of our local Jax Beach colored flag rating system:
Two Red Flags: No water activity is allowed. Lifeguards and local law enforcement patrol the beach ensuring the safety of everyone.
One Red Flag: The public is encouraged to stay out of the ocean. Even the strongest swimmers can easily find themselves in dangerous currents. Rip currents are difficult to locate and are created without typical warning signs.
Yellow Flag: The public is encouraged to only swim in front of posted lifeguard towers. The lifeguards can spot most dangerous rip currents and inform the patrons accordingly. Lifeguard towers are usually posted at locations of safety.
Green Flag: The public is still encouraged to swim in front of posted lifeguard towers. Strong rip currents are static and can emerge with little warning.
Purple Flag: (Man-o-War, jellyfish of any variety, blue buttons, sea nettles) These dangerous marine creatures are difficult to spot because they tend to be under the water surface. Caution should be taken while swimming.
Currently, due to the dune re nourishment underway, guests are asked to utilize the wooden decked beach walkovers. The closest is steps away and is located on 4 Ave St S and 1st St S, just north of the Beachcomber Condo Building. Also, due to Hurricane Mathew's damaging effects last year the city of Jacksonville Beach is working on the drainage and has blocked the north end of 1st St for automobiles. Local traffic is allowed by accessing 1st St S and the Beachcomber condo from a southerly direction.
Hey there, I am a licensed real estate broker and property manager. I love the ocean and welcome my guests to a relaxing stay by the sea. I try very hard to have everything ready for your stay yet am on hand should you have any questions. I love feedback and hearing about the places you visited and things you did that were enjoyable while you were my guest.